I declined the "not an answer" flag because I felt that there was still some good reference info in the posting even though the answer did not directly address the original question directly. There is always an "opinion factor" here but I invite @JACK to be aware that there are many best answer postings on this site, over the past years, that have veered off the course of direct answer in favor of offering advice, color, or important related information that have been helpful to the DIY community as a whole.
The strict "an answer must 100% address the question" is a short sighted view of what this site can offer to a DIY poster. Please realize that many questions here come from folks that really need some guidance to see or learn about a slightly wider view of what they have asked. I am not willing to be so pedantic as to analyze how this applies to the specific decline decision that I made on the flag in question. However I would ask that you be a little more flexible on what is allowed and not allowed here. Starting to own that will make your time here and that of others more relaxed and enjoyable.